Foetal and Maternal Monitoring

GE Healthcare monitors give you the knowledge and confidence to assess vital maternal and fœtal parameters during pregnancy and delivery.



Experience the benefits of high-tech, high-touch care with foetal and maternal monitoring from GE Healthcare. Designed for accurate, flexible, timely assessment and information delivery, our clinical monitoring and information systems support mother and foetus at each point of care—from antepartum to intrapartum to postpartum.

This brings you:   

Exceptional technology in foetal-maternal monitoring 

  • GE’s Corometrics* platform to monitor the progress of mother and foetus during labor and delivery promoting a high level of safety 

    • Nautilus* U/S transducers** with 9 crystals technology

    • Excellent maternal parameters like the DINAMAP* technology with blood-pressure-monitoring and Smart BP 

    • Full set of maternal parameters at hand with NIBP, SpO2, ECG 

  • Mobile patient monitoring from Mini Telemetry System, a simple and complete wireless mobile monitoring solution for efficient, enhanced workflow and a more comfortable birthing experience   

  • Voluson* technology that brings foetal monitoring to the doctor’s office 

    • Distinguishing the tiniest structures with remarkable clarity, it allows you to confidently explore foetal images, to detect abnormalities at a early stage of pregnancy, and to scan patients with ease 

Powerful IT technology for all stages – from pregnancy to birth   

  • Our fœtal and maternal monitors are compatible with any clinical information systems enabling the capture and storage of a comprenhensive patient record. Access to the entire history of events helps you with quality decision-making. 

  • Trium CTG Online automates documentation of patient data throughout perinatal care   

  • Viewpoint* IT collects data from US scanners, creates reports, offers long-term archiving and works with HIS   

  • Trium CTG Online combined with the Viewpoint* IT system automates documentation of patient data throughout perinatal care. The result is a single, continuous file of the entire patient record allowing clinicians to easily review and document the patient’s care and gain full access to a patient’s history, including ultrasound images from the pregnancy    

** GE Healthcare Nautilus U/S transducers are not cordless

Clinical Needs

Clinical Needs in Foetal & Material Monitoring  

Because pregnancy sometimes brings unexpected challenges, and some mothers may be high risk, we offer a comprehensive solution helping you face situations in Antepartum, Intrapartum and Postpartum     


  • Decreased neonatal and infant mortality1 

  • Detecting high-risk pregnancy (maternal, foetal and obstetrical risk factors) 

  • Recognition of fœtal deviations from normal patterns 

  • Identify foetus at risk for injury due to disrupted oxygenation 

  • Help giving prediction on foetal status like metabolic acidosis, hypoxic, and anaemia, impending IU death, impairment of foetal central nervous system, foetal infections or arrhythmias    

1 Per ILCOR 2012, Pediatrics Vol 126 number 5, page 1405.     


  • Establish foetal and maternal well-being 

  • Assess foetal physiological changes caused by disrupted oxygenation during labour 

  • Identify FHR patterns - basic elements of foetal oxygenation: 

  • Assess effects of treatment 

  • Provide a permanent record of labour events    


  • Resuscitating and monitoring of mother 

  • Resuscitating and monitoring of the baby 

    • Thermal needs 

    • A,B,C’s   

    • APGAR score